xTerp;2734999 said:Finally decided to get a link for It May End. Don't know why but the last two minutes of Last Light are one of the best things I've heard in post rock this year.
afterstasis;2735259 said:a few bands i haven't seen mentioned yet...set fire to flames, jessamine, surface of eceon, hammock, the evpatoria report, *shels, yume bitsu, the ascent of everest, grails, suffocate for f*ck sake, ef, shalabi effect, if these trees could talk, giants, sweek, the seven mile journey, laura, the for carnation, anoice, cheval de frise, the jimmy cake, blueneck, sparrows swarm and sing, rachel's, magyar posse, autistic daughters, and the pax cecilia.
Julio_Strikes_Back;2735289 said:I am pretty new to Post rock, but what I have heard I have liked a LOT.
Gowienczyk;2736015 said:Would Early Day Miners count for this thread as well?
neckermanncj;2738661 said:would The Appleseed Cast be Post-Rock?
afterstasis;2738725 said:i haven't heard a lot of their stuff, but i see them as sort of an indie/post-rock crossover band at times.
neckermanncj;2738766 said:fair enough, i wont add them to the OP, although they do sound a lot like Moving Mountains on certain albums/songs
afterstasis;2738927 said:i don't see any problem with adding post-rock crossover bands like them and the previously mentioned early day miners, but it's your thread.
afterstasis;2739010 said:i noticed you put my list of lesser known bands on the OP... i'm stuck at my parents' house and have been jamming lala.com, and noticed quite a lot of those are available for listening on there... you can listen to entire albums on there for free the first time.so if you're looking to quickly discover some new post-rock head over there, get a free account, and get to listening.
neckermanncj;2739020 said:i know, i used that or freenapster.com this year in school to listen to music during one of my computer animation classes i think the next bands that i am going to get into are: Mono, Slint, Talk Talk, This Will Destroy You and maybe some assorted others, i haven't done serious listening to those yet even though they are in the OP.
Gowienczyk;2740897 said:Why are people in the other thread calling Battles post-rock?
Coldplayer;2740921 said:Because Battles is Post-Rock. Not only Post-Rock, but they use Post-Rock elements.
Gowienczyk;2740927 said:I think you are confused. Battles is clearly a math rock band.
Gowienczyk;2741495 said:genre elements & influences =/= band being that genre
Alright_Computer;2785624 said:Whoa, I just realized that one of the bands I found when I was looking around the internet a few days ago (Surface of Eceon) is in the list that afterstasis posted. I liked them a good deal, so that's pretty cool.
afterstasis;2785647 said:check out the bands those dudes came from (yume bitsu and landing). i think you'd dig both.
afterstasis;2785666 said:i dig crime in choir, toe, and phoenix and the turtle.aside from a few exceptions (anoice springs to mind) it seems most asian post-rock doesn't do it for me.